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This purge, like the others that followed, was less a spiritual purification process than it was a re-indoctrination, a means to solidify Sandford's authority. The purges lasted for weeks, representing long grueling hours of prayer and fasting followed by intense interrogation. Only the submissive and defenseless were accepted. Sandford interpreted every criticism as a demonic attempt to destroy the kingdom of God. "22 He did not seem to worry about legal prosecution because God would deliver him from his enemies and detractors.
According to Betty, members believed that they had a "higher calling" because of their deep knowledge, especially the deep knowledge of human nature and the Bible. They considered their understanding of human nature unmatched, giving them spiritual eyes to see into others' consciences and thoughts. " Stewart would continuously speak to them of his great expectations for them and their future plans. Although he was unable to reconcile a drop in membership of nearly nine hundred in twelve years, he did claim that his new teaching was very near to the true apostles' teaching.
17 She was then banished to a room for two weeks of fasting. Sandford interpreted any dissent as the work of Satan. John Douglas was one of Frank's earliest converts and most of Shiloh stood on land donated by John and his family. When John left right after the first building had been raised, after a disagreement over ownership of a small boat, local reporters who were critical of Shiloh, and who had been watching Sandford and his group, picked up the story of Douglas' defection and gave Sandford his first dose of public criticism.